Madama Mama, The Late Mitchell Warren and Bill the Butcher make some shocking predictions for the year 2011. Try to act surprised if any of these come true.
Jane Stillwater- America’s public and private debt to China appears to be un-estimatible — due to secrecy, unavailability of records, tax evasion, off shore banking
W.D. Noble-The lesson of this year isn’t new – seems a different crop of us get to learn it every hundred years or so….
Edward-Yemil Rosario- It’s New Years Eve and soon resolutions will be falling by the wayside like so much confetti. Here, I offer you and alternative…
The David- The Idealist knows that we can do better. The cynic believes human nature being what it is, cannot expect better and gives himself/ herself over to the darker
A.B.Thomas- Brings us a tale from another of Adam’s unfourtunate mates proving again ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ was proving to be quite apt in Adam’s case.
Karla Fetrow- Iceland is posed to turn their country into a press haven for journalists world wide, while the United States considers an act of selective prosecution.
Grainne Rhuad- Hard times are upon us holidays or no, but this time of year brings into glaring focus just how much has changed in a year. What will be your Hobo sign?
W.D. Noble- There’s no theme music for the collapse of empire. If anything, it probably sounds like that old Soviet-era punk band, Brigada-S, or maybe some of Gyorgi Ligeti’s more-stark works, done to the repetitive thump of a scrap-metal shredder.
Edward-Yemil Rosario- Sometimes things happen in your life that affects forever the very way you perceive reality. Some events are negative, others are life-changing epiphanies.